Körperliche Aktivität, Blutgerinnung und Fibrinolyse

  • C. Diehm
  • H. Mörl
  • D. Matthes
  • G. Hoffmann
  • R. Zimmermann
  • A. Wirth
  • J. Harenberg

Zusammenfassung

Zahlreiche epidemiologische Untersuchungen der letzten 20 Jahre deuten darauf hin, daß körperliche Inaktivität als Risikofaktor für die Entstehung atherosklerotischer Gefäßerkrankungen anzusehen ist. Die meisten der bislang vorliegenden Studien über den Einfluß von körperlicher Aktivität auf die Morbiditäts- und Mortalitätsrate an koronarer Herzkrankheit zeigten nahezu ausnahmslos eine Begünstigung der körperlich aktiveren Gruppen (Übersicht und Literatur in Tabelle 1).

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  • C. Diehm
  • H. Mörl
  • D. Matthes
  • G. Hoffmann
  • R. Zimmermann
  • A. Wirth
  • J. Harenberg

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